Today’s world is the world of blurred boundaries and merging lines as all the various nations and countries open up to each other for increased perceptions and global understanding of all situations.
We at MPGI are also clued into this new trend of opened boundaries and expanded thinking. We have signed MoUs with various international Universities to open our campus gates to global students and also to send our youth to their universities to have a more universal and a deeper understanding of the industry and the underlying concepts.
Apart from student exchange, we also have faculty exchange programs wherein, we send our faculty and vice-versa to understand how the teaching methodologies can be improved or expanded or made better with a more broadened outlook.
University Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia
Established as the second university in the country in 1969, Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), offers courses ranging from Natural Sciences, Applied Sciences, Medical and Health Sciences, Pharmaceutical Sciences to Building Science and Technology, Social Sciences, Humanities, and Education. These are available at undergraduate and postgraduate levels to approximately 30,000 students at its 17 Academic Schools on the main campus at Penang, 6 Schools at the Engineering Campus and 3 at the Health Campus in Kubang Kerian. In 2008, USM also became the first university in the country to be selected by the Malaysian government to participate in the Accelerated Programme for Excellence (APEX), a fast-track programme that helps tertiary institutions achieve world-class status.
MAHSA University, Selangor, Malaysia
MAHSA was founded in the year 2005 by Professor Tan Sri Dr. Hj. Mohamed Haniffa who is Pro-Chancellor and Executive Chairman. Professor Haniffa is a clinical practitioner of Medicine whose vision involves the creation of a stronghold of academic excellence in Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Nursing and Allied Health Sciences, Business and Engineering in the South-East Asian region.
The new 48 acres campus in Bandar Saujana Putra, is the embodiment of that vision. Today MAHSA University has students from 61 different countries. And not just from the region of Asia, but as far as Australia, United Kingdom, the United States of America and Canada.
The leadership of MAHSA University supports the emergence of a viable and sustainable research program that commensurate with the capacity of the University. Accordingly, the office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor for Research & Innovation is being supported by a Research Management Centre (RMC) which oversees and manages all research-related activities of MAHSA University. The centre consists of several units, committees and secretariats that facilitate the academic staff and the University, in general, to participate in all research programs internally, nationally and internationally.
Faculty of Pharmacy, Universitas Airlangga (UNAIR), Surabaya Indonesia
The establishment of Universitas Airlangga (UNAIR) happened in 1954 after a long journey of higher education in Indonesia. The forerunner of this university was “Dokter Djawa School” (Javanese Medical School), founded in Batavia in 1851. On 10 November 1954, President Dr. Ir. Soekarno formalized the establishment of Universitas Airlangga as the third State University (PTN) in Indonesia. Based on the Higher Education Act No. 12 of 2012 UNAIR is one of seven PTN-BHMN which was entitled to the statutes as State University acting as Legal Entity (PTN-BH).
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